Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1930 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 11, 1930
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11. 1930. IfiLD .ERIN TITONKA VISIT DeCt 9-""MfS. Lenora .„. ..lefly' ot ttumboldt, now !' 'ii'lM p Angeles, Calif,, visited ij»y Budlo'ngd Sunday and Mon- I Mrs. Witrd, who Is an aunt of L Budlohg, spent the summer i irt A trip around the world, 1 Lod Angeles In Juno and ' in New York hafbor In the "o< October on the "North n Lloyd Dresden." They the Pacific in the "Chi Chi „._«!," & new Japanese boat JlT had J u »t made Us second to the United States. Stops made at both the Hawaiian fphlllpplne Islands, May Lang .* a Chinese actor who toured [united tSates last year with his ! company and orchestra, em- i ffotn Honolulu on their boat. [hud W2 large trunks filled with loin gown* which they used In »entertainments. May Lang the people on board to Sf'any costume they wished iltffO of the trunks, and these i'worn at a masquerade ball on Mrs. Ward wore a cog- s'given to May Lang Pang by a !MS and which was said to be till $10,000. The countries first [ted; on Mrs. Ward's tour were .India, China, and Japan. sightseeing In Singapore, she Buttered a slight sun- ike because-the coolie pulling j rickshaw -.couldn't understand wish, arid, not knowing where • Wanted to go, drove her through jstreets in -blazing heat. A rick- Is a two-wheeled cart pulled i coolie. They next visited Rome I Florence, Italy, and saw many of historical Interest. In «rland Mrs". Ward bought sev- I Swles watches and she brought many other souvenirs. After ling in New York Mrs, Ward d at Patterson, N. J., Chicago, e, 111., Humboldt, and thence to nka. She w.lll spend a week at mboldt before leaving for Call|»la for the winter. • Has "Chautauiiua"— . Methodist Bpworth League "five-day" chautauqua at the iol house last week Thursday «ilng. "--Kach day lasted 15 mln- The program follows: saxo- Jne solo, "When the Organ lyed at Twilight," Clarence Coop|cornet solo, "Stein Song," Har- Shultz; vocal solo, "They All on Me," Aletha Shreck; piano Paye Rolfsema and Lucille jler. An album given In tableau while Florence Reynolds sang, a humorous sketch was given [Oscar Blunchard and Bradford Ifington. Tliere was ,iot a very |e crowd In attendance because (the! snow. The League put on entertainment to earn money [defray expenses 'at the League :ltut'e at Lakb Okobojl next July. DiUU Dies at Britt— , B. Dahl, Brltt, died at his home week Monday evening after [lng,»j.been confined to his bed _'than a year, with Brlght's ase. The Dahls lived here for. number of years and Mr. Dahl ied ^and operated the local tele- ne exchange, Later he sold the nge and moved to Britt. Fun- services were, held at Brltt pirsdoy -.and were In charge of Masons. Those who attended here were Mr. and Mrs. Lea IWolfe,Dr. R. C. Ball, Jay Bud- g, William Larson, Mr. and Mrs. a Breen, and Mrs. Virgil Pen- .Mr. Dahl's son Earl, who attended the National cently had trouble. The regular quarterly ,,,,, un the library board was held Mrv afternoon at the Fu- 9t bank. The Woman's club met Fri.hv evening with Mrs Homer Down LEDYARD GIRLS LOSE, BOYS WIN FROMJPSTED Ledyard, Dec. 9—Friday ni s ht the basketball teams went to Uln B steil ami the girls lost, 22-5, but the l, 0 y« won. 27-21. The first halt the boy, were ahead 17-3, but In the second half Illmjflted scored IS points to T .nrlvn t**1'» t~.« rtii- _ • .K08SUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA Ledyard's ten. lows : Ledyard — PQ Greene ____ ...... . ..... 9 Barnes ________________ Q Osterman __________ "7 Gable ........... ".".".'_% Herzog ............... ~ 0 Brack .. ........... ____ 9 Junkermeier ___ o Zlelske ......... —~-,'.'.n The box score fol- FT 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 Rlngsted— FO Peterson, J. 3 Peterson, G. o Bonntckson 3 Johnson o ilohnnsen o Christiansen 0 Frederlckson 0 9 FT 0 0 5 3 1 0 0 for a sister at (*MO Vf'f'nnl \\i i • m.-i.i,,, '"-'"illy underwent an ,'""" '"'• "Olifiicllcltta. '."<> Hmvorth League met Sunday Winnifred Friday as ("'(,'iis'i "'v l "" lc "'" s "What is ii,, 'i'. m t>- ' A H l' ncl "l number, "In O^OHu".' rlltl " W "" ""^ ^ thB urn ''"' ,'n W ' Hevcn °i- and her' two tlo children, who had been vis- It ns; the former's aunt, Mrar. Mln' He (.nlHgan, left last week Monday for .Miami, Fin., to spend tho win- There was no school Friday bo- cmi-ip of n county teachers Institute at Algona. There was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Looft November 30 (laughter. The Methodist Aid cleared ...„.„ than $IOD at a bazaar last Thursday evening. Council Minutes Girls' game: Ledyarti • • FG FT Berhow ^ o 0 Hubhard 1 o Moulton 4 5 Logeman o 0 O'Keefe 0 0 Schadendorf 0 0 5 5 Rlngsted— FG FT Mndsen 4 3 Peterson 5 • 1 Laurltzen 0 0 Darnell 0 0 Jenson < 0 0 Larsen 0 0 12 1 It F SCARFS to Beautiful oriental designs, rich colors imported ma- • terials. Algona, Iowa, November 28, 1930 —City council met .in regular session on this day at the city hall, and among other things allowed the following bills: ELECTRIC FUND J. W. Kelly, salary $ 165.00 Leo Bellook, salary 150.00 Walter Gorman, salary ... 135.00 Tom Halpin, salary 135.00 C. C. Wright, salary gn.OO Kay Barton, salary 130.00 H. E. Stephenson, salary,. 130.00 Adah Carlson, salary 145.00 Graybar Rlectrlc Co., mdse. Graybar Electric Co., mdse. Zack Brothers Electric Co., m(ls e 14.00 Tcrry-Durin Co., mdse. ... 917.33 West. Elec. Spy. Co., mclse. 7.50 West Elec. Sup. Co., mdse. 108.90 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. 3.34 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. 18.18 General Electric Supply Corp., incise 117.23 Line Material Co., mdse. .. Security Pet. Co., distillate- Security Pet. Co., distillate, la. Mach. & Supply Co., Beacon Blankets- — Ideal Ombre Single Blanket 70x80 A beautiful rich two-tone blanket In tan and maroon, &A QQ pearl and rose, etc.___^ i tBMO 70x80 Blankets Wide choice of part wool, fancy singles; double plaids; assorted colors. A warm Oft Gifts gift- Other Blankets $5.49 Wfti Fine Linens and Luncheon Sets 10 Ledyard Wins Declam Cup — Last week Tuesday night Ledyard won the cup at a Junior High declamatory contest held at the Grant consolidated schoolhouse. Four schools represented were Grant, Ledyard, Lakota, and Swea City. Esther Junkermier won first in humorous with the reading, "Billy Invited Out." In dramatics Lydia Mansmith was second, with "Boy Scared of Dying." Russel Nelson was third in the oratorical class, with "Lincoln, Man of the People." First In oratorical was won by Victor Thaves, Lakota, and Grant won first in dramatics, with "The Greatest Gift." Mrs. Donald Weir, wife of the Burt schools superintendent, was critic judge. The same night Marjorle Matzener, Cecil Long, and Raymond Brown represented Ledyard in a similar contest held at Lakota in which Swea City wpn'the cup. 37.00 26.48 15.44 258.46 219.58 Krinkle Bed Spreads A much appreciated ! and useful gift $1.79 near Chicago, *ral. -• '•;/• • Mid Son Break Arms— l in Larson, farmer west onka, accidentally broke his right a week ago Thursday while iking h>' car. The following nday morning, his son Vernon al Jinny on the Honor Uoll— Pupils on the. school honor roll for the second six weeks were: seniors—Mary Jane Lewis, Arlene Pringle, Reuben Greene; juniors-^ Elmer Zielske; sophomores—Lydla Logeman, Fern Lewis; freshmen- Kenneth Thompson, Tilmer Halvorson; 8th grade—Ella Ooetz; Cecil Long; 7th—Victor Mansmith; 6th— Cleo Gable, Henrietta O'Keefe, Evelyn Mayne, Muriel Reece, Ellwood Green, Edith Logan, Pearl Haag; 5th—Beulah Looft, Alvira Halvorson, Bernard Anderson, Edison Berof how; 4th—Luella Duncan, Lurene Lloyd, Leisa Rieffer, Tillie Swalve, Edna Leslie; 3rd—Marvella Johnson, Kathleen Reece; 2nd—De Vere Smith, Vivian Christ, Paul Gary, Fulton Iron Works Co., mdse. 93.31; Electric Supply Co., mdse. . 216.88 Hill Butter Tub Co., mdse.- 1.28 A. H. Borchardt, mdse. .70 Joe Greenberg, mdse. 12.60 D e Laval. Sep. Co., mdse. .. GO.Oo H. A. Bates, mdse. 1,50 H. A. Bates, mdse. L 8.90 O. W. Erickson Hdw., mdse. 8.32 Christenson Bros. Co., mdse. 7.50 W. A. Richardson, labor ___ g.OO H. W. Post, frt. and dray.. 30.27 C. M. St. P. & P., frt. on dlst 215.01 Ry. Epress Agency Inc., ex- 6.11 76.80 1.75 20.00 1,00 20.93 22.60 1.99 17.09 75.00 130.00 125.00 110.00 183.29 " ;31.69 36.00 Wigman Co., mdse. 211.95 Exquisite colored dresser sets, scarfs, buffet sets at 25c and Up Boxed Holiday Sets Beautiful 36i-n. linen cloth, touches of color and stitching with 4 napkins to match. Un- £4 f\f\ usual value 9 • «UU Rayon Spreads 80x105 spread in assorted colors at . Ensemble Spreads Combination of pillow and spread effect. In f QC attractive box _ W»5J3 $4.98 press Cleve Barton et al, labor — Ed Erickson, labor J. E. Mason et al, ref. deposit Clapp's Master Service, service Skelly Oil Co., gas Bell Tel. Co., service H. R. Cowan & Son, expense Advance Pub. Co., printing WATER FUND J. W, Kelly, salary '. Frank Ostrum, salary O. E. Atcheson, salary Laura Mitchell, salary Harry Barton et al, labor— 'Leighton 'Supply Co., mdse. A. Y. McDonald Mfg. Co., mdse. GIFTS FOR THE HOME Aluminumware Our Christmas assortment —percolators, sauce pans, kettles, roasting X Q A pans, etc. *f 5JC Our Christmas assortment —tea kettles, oval roasters, dish pans QQft etc.__ %JOG A 10-Qt. Clamp Seal Cooker at $4.69 Our Christmas assortment at _ Goblets, sherberts, footed tumblers and assorted colored glass dishes. GLASSWARE 25c Dainty berry sets at Salad plates, cake plates, etc. .-"" ilMMj H. W. Post, frt. and dray — 4.49 R'y Express Agency Inc., express : ---------------- 1.42 GENERAL FUND F. A. Newville, salary ---- 125.00 } TOYLAND! TOYLAND! | F. A. Newville, use of car.. 15.00 F A. Newville, collecting.- 21.70 Frank Green, salary ------ 125.00 [broke Me right arm in the same Vernon, who attends high pool, is unable to help with the chores, and Mr. Larson will l unable to do much work till his has mended. [B. Boys Defeat Fenton— Tie boys' basketball team played i second game of the season with Jnton Friday on the local floor, nning 19-7. The second team de- fited Fenton's seconds 12-1. After games, Supt. K. J. Tldman treat- I the local boys to oyster etew at Wilson cafe. !• Auto Accident— |The Dr, R, C, Balls and Mrs. Lee Wolfe drove to Algona last week " to see "The Big Trail." The Jfvement was aq Joy that their car "'• Into the 4ltch. A county truck them out anil no damage was chen to £o«nty institute— " of the teachers ot the Buffalo illdated school attended a one- county ""twener's institute at *ona Friday, School -was die- tar the day. Son-lT Gartner entertained a num- ' of friends at his home Saturday noon in honor of his seventh Gene Gable, Blanche Haas, Everett Johnson; 1st—Katherlne Baumann, Howard Dunn, Marjorle Mayer, Raymond Guatafson, Buddy Gray, Duane Johnson, Charlie Rieffer. "letters" Aid Music Pupils— The orchestra and band people are busy, trying to earn letters In music. This Is done by a point sys. tern. For 1000 points a member earns a major letter set In a. major lyre, and 500 points earns a minor letter set in a minor lyre. The letters will show that the wearers Belong to a musical club at Ledyard. The object Is to create interest for music in pupils, and it is certainly succeeding. Everyone watches the chart In the music room to see what his or her score for the pre- ceedlng week is. The point s are earned by attending regular practices, special reharsals, public appearances, private lessons, and taking Instruments home every night and practicing. The letters will be awarded in the spring. F B. Women in Christmas Party— The women of the local Farm Bureau met Friday with Mrs John land at Lakota, a nd a Christ- maa party was held, with gl ts for eaoh woman not exceeding Jocln Tom Akre, rent Jesse Umbenhower, care dump — Laura Paine, Recorder, recording Skelly Oil Co., gas Skelly Oil Co., gas Kohlhaaa Hdw., mdse. Walter Zentner, haul. gr,av- el — H. A. Bates, mdse. O. W. Erickson Hdw., mdse. N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service W. A. Richardson, labor — Jim Jones, labor Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. Albert Ogren, expense ^-. Pred Hagg et al, labor H. L. Turner, painting 10.00 6.00 Toys for Girls Toy sad irons lOc to 49c Laundry sets 25c Kitchen sets 49c to 1.98 Dolly carts at 49c Doll cabs _$2.19 and up Alum, kitchen sets _49c Alum, cooking sets _98c Baby Grand pianos 1.98 Doll trunks at 48c Wardrobe trunks _$1.49 Dressing tables at $1.69 Table tennis __- 98c Ring games :_'__9§e Toys for Boys Lead cowboys __—49c Iron cars and trucks 25c Mechanical trains 98c to $8.48 Structo toys $98c to 8.25 Pull toys __98c to $1.75 Building blocks 25 to 98 Building blocks, ' at __25c to 98c Modeling outfits at 25c to 49c Drums ______25c to 49e Pool tables at — $1.25 to $1.69 ROAD DRAGGING FUND Jesse Lashbrook, salary — 64.20 Jesse Lashbrook, salary — 40.00 Elliott Skllling, man and team ................... 120.40 Elliott Skilllng, man and team 28 -°° George Gunder, labor ----- 80.50 Louis Hagg, labor ......... 66.50 Frank Skilling, labor ...... 26.25 \Villard Gregson, man and team 7.00 s, H. A- French, Mrs. Lee O. e, and Mrs," R-' C. Ball -attend- a meeting of the county federa- of clubs' $t the Legion hall, : «w, last week; s man not excee value The hostesses were Mis. lerry UUena, Mrs. Dora Torino,. Pred Baumgartner, hauling gravel ............. - 1UO W, D. Williams, hauling gravel SEWER Mrs. gave a report of the Boone rat«4 Woman's district meet; at Bpqne in October- lire. Ell' T, Button, and Mrs. >Phrlstmas care sence Grtffillj. Fort Bodge. *»?<*« \ ^elfare wpr&. , Fhydells Peterson, EJsteJle Bon"" ana YioM Slack have been in charge of t at the Meth... 'Frj^y.afternoon they jat EstelJe'l'toVwrite out songs *>teces. afldj Si$slgiti parts to the L&sMte Milter.' school mu,sjo teach^' • school class office, came last Thursday to tw the local office during- the ab- of Mrs. Weinberger and her . Mrs. Galaghan. who left 'lor Minneapolis, returning thuTweek Tuesday. P W. Boece Operation Success-Mrs P W. Reece and her son Ed j. W. Kelly,-salary Jim Jones, labor 1 8 - 9U FIRE FUND C, C. Wright, salary 45.00 Norton Machine Works, la-, bor and mdse. 100.92 Eureka Fire Hose Co., mdse 170.00 Algona Fire Co., fires 120.00 SWIMMING POOL FUND H. L. Turner, labor and mdee. T- Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. K, ~D. James, mdse. ; Laine & Muckey, labor ...; BAND FUND Algona Military Band, services :—r XZ7,Vn-. IMPROVEMENT FUND White-Phillips Co., bond years «pfc»WW years Girls' 8 to 14 years TIMME camel coats —_— '. Practical Gifts for Children Little girls' and boys' Chinchilla coats— 3404 $2.98 4y ,T $4.79 $9.95 Child's br u s h e d wool gloves —49c Girls' squirrelette coats at _____$9.95 Childs' heather gauntlets 49c Misses' full fashioned glove —98c Child's leatherette coat set J—__ $2.98 Child's Jersey sets with cape ___$8.95 Girl s' Jersey bloom 89c ihilds' wool mitts 'at __-49c 114.00 5,35 12.60 1.15 540.00 Excellent assortment of Children's Plain and Fancy Sweaters. Men's and Boys' Practical Christmas Gifts. Give Useful Gifts Men's Ties / Beautiful assortment of 4- in-hands in v snappy new patterns, Packed in. holiday boxes QO ft at_ i 9OC OTHERS AT 49e Boys'Ties Gay colors in stripes and' checks in 4-in- hands & silk bows' and coupon --Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. RECTALJLINIC sawSfst-aT bought. *» and apples .can the PBOCTOLOGY Other Piles (hemorrhoids) without operation rectft} conditions. t Write for booklet. Consultation witfcqut cost. Boys' gauntlet gloves at ________ ^...—^ Boys' 2-piece flannel pajamas. 98c to $1.25 Boys' sweaters •--, — Boys' *'Acro" cap helmet _— — ,- $1,25 Men's silk mufflers ttt _______ ,— 98c up Hen's Imported dfess gloves $1,98 Hen's pajamas, silk frog trimmed —$1.98 Hen's Jersey sweaters ,-,- r ^_ $1.98 Hen's fine cajbmere hose ,. 4r.'-^- 49e Hen's silk fancy, plaid . hose' _„,__.„ 'J_, g5c BeautilulLingerieEveryWoman Appreciates Tailored Panties 4»c and 60c Ladies- Briefs 4ih- and 69c Top Comb. _*1-00 Extra Good Holiday Values in Fine Rayon Undergarments These dainty garments with Graham's seal of quality and wear on, packed for you either separately or in combination sets in gay holly boxes make the supreme gift for women and misses. • Our 69c Group Consists of non-resisting bloomers, very full cut with edging, tailored chemise, combination, shorty bloomers, pettiskirts and dance sets. Dance Set Comb. 69cto$1.49 Consist of brassiere, and panty to match. Plain and fancy combinations. 69c Rayon Pajamas Priced $1.98 A special shipment of these garments In exquisite color combinations for the holidays. Nothing finer, more appreciated or more useful than a box of our special "GRACREST" SILK HOSIERY. : It lasts the whole year through. Ladies' Full-Fashioned Hose A Feature Christmas Value. A pure silk hose with mercerized top. Three pair in a holly box £4-1 .91 •' make an economical gift, pr.< Ladies' Service Weight Hose Two pair in Holly Box for $2.39. $1.25 Ladies' Silk Chiffon Hose Two pair in Holly Box for $3.85. picot top, A beautiful hose with red purse silk, French heel, he-inforced foot _____ Full-fashioned, silk covered, French heel Misses' Fine Hosiery at 19c, 25c, 35c, and 49c pair Ladies' 10c-25c-49c Boxed, 25c-49c-98c Men's 5c-10c-25c Dainty bits of lace, linen and fancy trimmed hankies make a year round I gift for feminine hearts. Put up in fancy boxes or bought separately. Good size, plain white and fancy bordered kerchiefs that no man can have too many of. Boxed, 25c and 49c CHILDREN'S—Gay little hankies for the kiddies. Some plain, some fancy, and the popular boxed picture hankies i GLOVES Ladies' plain and fancy slip-on gloves, pair— 49c $1.39 Complete line of warm knit gloves for men, women, and. children. Fancy & OC to OQ«i plain at €m9 %)OC Men, women' and children's fine kid gloves and mittens—pair 75c $1.98 Gift Dept. UnusualGifts at a Price BAGS FANCY LEATHER BAGS in modern shapes and designs fitted with mirror and purse. Priced at ,, TOOLED LEATHER BAGS Special holiday assortment of fine tooled leather bags that give a lifetime of happiness. Priced Children's assortment of cute & smart QC^ little bags, at__ C9v SCARFS Dainty collar and cuff sets __ Sets come with round neck, V-neck, berthas, jabots etc. Others at 9Sc Beautiful Christmas Assortment Neckwear A gay assortment of al l occasions. One of naodernistic, plain, and ^T&S™ 'win fancy scarfs to wear for be always welcome. Prices 69c, 98c, up to $2.98 each, Beads -Necklaces 49cand98c Special Christmas assortments of modernistic designs in beads, necklaces, pin ornaments, etc. A jiecklace for every costume ^ completes the ensemble. CHRISTMAS SMOCK3 v Jdeal gift for sister or mother. Crisp Cl 'flA new cretonnes and broadcloths '„ iftd^illf" JThe sweetest gift of all, appreciated by every woman: Fancy Boxes and Bottle., 25c&49c Exquisite odors, 4*inty modernistic desig n e d Gifts at 25c Mirrors, 8x10, in frame. Wall pockets, |>nd Yaaeu, ash trays, candle sticks, tea tile sets, salt and peppers, boxed station. ery, paper and opes, bon bon dishes, cake plates, flower pots, fancy glassware, play- Ing card sets, pocket books, aluminum cake decorators. Gifts at 49c Fancy bowls, wall pock. ets, animal -statuary, elephants, etc, fancy tea pots, 'lemon Julceyg, candy jars, vases of all kinds, fancy round candle sticks, sugar and cream sets, fancy salad plates, decorated china, Framed 50c,$1.00 25c,49c,98cabox Beautiful white and colored paper and envelppeif to> patch. Also cute Q^JJ, , Orw'a b QXe§ 9, fl^ stattoj^ery. Zi

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